Many unpaid carers are at risk of burnout this winter. Eight out of ten people who care for a loved one told Carers UK they had been doing more with fewer breaks since the pandemic began.
It’s not worth being cold and uncomfortable this winter. There are a number of ways to cut heating costs, including new government schemes for people on low incomes. We’ve put together some tips for older people feeling the pinch this winter.
The pandemic has been especially tough for older people finds Age UK report
Care home residents who receive free care on the NHS were wrongly charged over £300 per week by Care UK. The residents at Care UK’s ‘premium’ care homes were told...
The temporary Blue badge extension introduced during lockdown is coming to an end
Many people with dementia want to stay in their homes for a long as possible. Here’s how to make a house easier to manage during the early stages of the condition.
If you need to go to hospital, it's important there's a plan in place for what happens when you're discharged. We explore what older people need to know about leaving hospital if they have further care needs.
Because We All Care, a new campaign from the Care Quality Commission and Healthwatch England, calls on people to provide feedback on their experiences of health and social care.
One alternative to a care home in later life is having professional carers look after you in your own house. But many people are not aware of the hidden costs.
Domiciliary care can help older people who are finding it difficult to look after themselves. But navigating the home care market is far from easy, finds Which? survey.